Having navigated the path from the staggering success of his smash-hit debut album Up All Night, to the resounding critical acclaim that followed with his sophomore offering, Wild Ones, multi-platinum singer/songwriter Kip Moore truly hits his stride with his third studio album Slowheart. Moore's most personal body of work to date, he co-wrote eleven of the tracks and was the sole producer on seven, a reflective thirteen-track collection Rolling Stone says falls "between the rough edges of Americana, rock and the evocative storytelling of country." He also played guitar throughout the recording, while singing the majority of the harmonies.
With a tip of the hat to 90's rock and roll, the anthemic "Bittersweet Company" is destined for a spot on the setlist of Moore's revered live show, as well as "Last Shot" with it's encore-ready, emphatic chorus. Moore also serves an unflinching wake-up call in the form of the groove-driven track "Blonde," while he lays bare a more vulnerable layer in the committed ballad, "Try Again." "This is the record I've been waiting to make," said Moore. "The one that leaves you with a peace in your heart, knowing you did it exactly the way you wanted to. The one that makes it okay if you fail, because it truly came from your soul and no other place. You can't go wrong if you can lay your head on your pillow with no regrets."